It is easy to
input data, and could be used to maintain electronic
records of strabismus surgery.
What sets it
apart from other strabismus models is the ability to
incorporate the measurements in the 9 position of gaze
for incomitant deviations.
generation graph will be particularly useful to trainees
in understanding the biomechanics of eye movement.
feature of this programme is the graphic representation
of eye movements in various positions of gaze- I found
this made the task of explaining the rationale behind
surgery to patients and parents easy. This programme
gave consistent results in complex cases such as
strabismus related to cranio-facial disorders.
Overall, a very
useful tool for the practising ophthalmologist, trainees